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Sata II or III

Wthout grtting to technical, what is the differance between SATA II and SATA III?
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  1. SATA III offers roughly double the transfer speed options of SATA II

    SATA III can transfer at 600 MB/s (with RAW Bandwidth of 6 Gbits/s)
    SATA II can transfer at 300 MB/s (with RAW Bandwidth of 3 Gbits/s)

    Essentially, SATA III offers the options of drives that can have faster read and write speeds which translates to great performance and load times.

    It's mostly noticed with SSDs because they can actually reach that level of performance.

    If you have a SATA III capable system, you are doing yourself a favor by using that over a SATA II drive.
  2. The speed and also its backwards compatible. +1^Caruda
  3. nikorr said:
    The speed and also its backwards compatible. +1^Caruda


    The speed???? How can it be fster than the speed of an electrical pulse?
    I luv speed :love: fast is good :bounce: I'm gonna get me one :hello:
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    bitdman said:
    The speed???? How can it be fster than the speed of an electrical pulse?
    I luv speed :love: fast is good :bounce: I'm gonna get me one :hello:

    And it would be a logical choice : )
  5. nikorr said:
    And it would be a logical choice : )

    Using these with the 'Diablottek SSD to Usb 3.0 adapter Has got to be Frightening Fast. Yes?
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  7. It would be fast "monster".
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